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FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 4:00pm PDT
relocated to various cities across the nation, and house speaker john boehner moving forward with a lawsuit against president obama, accusing him of abus his executive powers. the fox news political insiders are just ahead with a look at all that we're going to face this week in politics. we want to hear from you, though. when is it appropriate for a president to bypass congress? tweet your responses #frw, fox report weekend. stay with us. polident kills 99.99% of odor causing bacteria and helps dissolve stains. that's why i recommend polident. [ male announcer ] cleaner, fresher, brighter every day. [ male announcer ] cleaner, you drop 40 grand on a new set of wheels, then... wham! a minivan t-bones you. guess what: your insurance company will only give you 37-thousand to replace it. "depreciation" they claim. "how can my car depreciate before it's first oil change?" you ask. maybe the better question is, why do you have that insurance company? with liberty mutual new car replacement, we'll replace the full value of your car. see car insurance in a whole new light. liberty mutual insurance
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 7:00pm EDT
>>> house speaker john boehner today announced he plans to sue the president over his illegal and abusive use of executive orders. fox news has the latest. >> of the constitution, makes it clear that a president's job is to faithfully execute the laws. in my view, the president has not. faithfully executed the laws. >> fox news legal analyst, says the lawsuit is dead on approval and in her opinion grabbed standing on the part of speaker boehner. my next guest and his new book, "the people versus barack obama: the criminal case against the obama administration," joining us tonight, editor at large at breitbart.com, new york times best selling author ben shapiro. good oh to have you with us, ben. >> thanks. >> let's turn to boehner's lawsuit, your judgment. you suggest something in your book -- well, approximate, i would say, in a case of a private civil lawsuit. what do you think of the boehner idea? >> i think boehner's idea is mainly a cover. i don't think that the lawsuit is actually going to go anywhere from a legal perspective, because the supreme court generally refers to thi
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 3:00pm PDT
findings to house speaker john boehner. the trick is going to be encouraging house republicans to bring a bill to the house floor and see what they may do in terms of agreeing with president obama on this $3.7 billion as a separate matter. now, to that end, republican bob goodlatte, a congressman from virginia, made some comments of his own this morning. take a listen here. >> i would definitely pass emergency funding targeted for what's necessary, but most of the money that the president's asking for is to continue the process of further transporting these children and adults, by the way, further into the united states and that, i think, is what the american people don't like to see. >> reporter: so as you heard there, there is some momentum from both sides to of the aisle to fix the border crisis, do something about this current problem, and we will probably see some developments on that this week. >> all right, erin mcpike for us. thank you very much. >>> the possible murder of a google exec has exposed the seedy side of silicon valley. lots of men, lots of money and sex for sa
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 2:00pm PDT
palin calls for impeachment. it gets very little coverage even on fox. john boehner brushes it aside. this doesn't seem like the sarah palin of old. >> no, i think that's right. i think largely a lot of people in the party don't think it's a great idea. sarah palin a week ago, who i have a soft spot for and i think she's gotten a bad wrap in a lot of cases. sarah palin was talking about a third party. >> that she would leave the republican party? >> and that got less coverage than the impeachment stuff. i think in some ways, the impeachment talk which she's hardly alone is a sense of frustration. i agree with a lot of criticisms of the president. but i think no one thinks this is a politically savvy thing to do and right now the republicans troops aren't -- >> take a look at how this is being covered. in fact, nome, her impeachment call got more attention on the mainstream media and on msnbc than it did on the right. >> there were two big written announcements this week. and unlike the james announcement, sarah palin clearly wrote hers, in a trademark rhetorical style there. it did g
PBS
Jul 13, 2014 3:30pm EDT
, john boehner, responds to president obama's request for money to deal with the immigration crisis. >> our priorities are clear. take care of these children, return them safely home to their home countries, to their own families and secure the border. i sent a letter to the p last month laying out some specific actions that he should take to address the crisis, including sending in the national guard. the national guard is uniquely qualified to address these types of humanitarian crisis. and utilizing their expertise which will free up border agents to focus on their job of securing the border. now the president said yesterday he consider doing that only if he gets more money with no strings attached. in other words, he won't do it for the kids. it's all about politics. >> this is a problem of the president's own making. he has been president for 5 1/2 years. when is he going to take responsibility for something? >> question, is this a problem of the president's own making? as speaker boehner asserts? guy taylor. >> i think to some degree, it is. i think that's why john boehner jus
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 12:30pm PDT
border. right now we have that border working group set up by the house speaker john boehner, currently the chair of that ranger, who is the representative from texas. she is currently in honduras meeting with the president there to try and help dispel the rumor that's going through central america, that if you come to the united states now, there is a virtual amnesty in place and you'll be allowed to stay. details of her efforts to come out during the course of the next few days. >> definitely. dominick, thank you very much. >>> i want to show you new video obtained by foxnews.com. it shows people caught by the u.s. border patrol. foxnews.com capturing this footage while on assignment in texas. apparently revealing just how easy it could be in some places to sneak across the border. an estimated 35,000 people are doing just that every month, with the numbers expected to rise in the coming months. >>> and we now go to the middle east, where thousands of people are fleeing gaza city amid an increasingly bloody israeli offensive against hamas. both sides ignoring calls for a cease-fire, w
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 12:00pm PDT
to help these children. john boehner, the speaker of the house has said this week he intends to bring a bill to the house floor to vote on before the august recess. they are examining the president's bill. he said he won't rubber stamp it. senator marco rubio said there's a lot of pork in there that has nothing to do with what's going on at the border. having to do with wildfires. they want to see security measures beefed up. in the meantime children that are here and suffering terrible health effects, being crammed into these detention centers we need to address that. we need congress to aas lot the money. >> what kind of a country do we want to be. how do you balance being a humanitarian country but a place that can't absorb this amount of immigrants? >> obviously we are a sovereign country, and as a sovereign country it's our right to protect our borders. that being said we're a democratic country, we're a city on the hill. when we are standing here and we're seeing this humanitarian crisis of women and children it's our american value to embrace these children and understand
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
facilitated it, but the republicans are not off the hook. if john boehner had taken this comprehensive reform off the table early on, i don't think he probably would have had as many unaccompanied minors coming here now. >> you said the brick indications were lost on these people. >> no, because the general sense is deportation won't happen even if republicans are in charge. it's not whether section 3-b applies, but the sense you can come here, go to public skiles, get obama care, but the republicans' attitude i think has made it worse over the years. >> juan, your thoughts. >> i go back to the 2008 law, but congress approved this almost overwhelmingly, brit. it was -- 400-2 vote or something. >> it was a voice vote. >> remember, people who are strong opponents, they were all on board. why? because this is a compassionate law. the evangelical community on the conservative side, very responsive. people who are conservative said these the right thing to do, when you say to bob, what should we do specifically? i don't think it's any question, you want due process. >> >> that's under law.
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 11:00am PDT
whether or not john boehner didn't do this to gin up his base this fall, but i think that that's actually unfair. if you look at the suit they're putting together, there's actually been a lot of attention and focus doing in a very legally specific way because there's a huge belief among republicans that, in fact, the president has been exceeding his authority. so they're going to do this in a narrow way. they're going to look at this particular question of the employer mandate and the fact that the law very clearly said it had to go into effect at a certain time and the president has unilaterally changed that. there's a lot of substance behind this. politics is second. >> if a republican president were taking these steps on the affordable care act, democrats would be crying foul. >> except for george bush took these very steps when he passed medicare part d and took some time to implement pieces of it. nobody raised it by then. this case is complete hogwash. it is -- >> that's a legal term, right? >> a legal scholar at yale says it's the legal equivalent of birtherism. it's not going to f
Bloomberg
Jul 13, 2014 1:30pm EDT
? if the house doesn't act. i believe he always believed, al, that john boehner was his partner on this. >> now that he hasn't and you're going back at the end of july, you're going to tell them what you expect him to do. would that include -- could he grant work permits to all those undocumenteds, do think he could do that by executive action? >> i think he can begin to do it and i think he can reach that goal, yes. >> you start small and build up? >> i think he can reach all of them. i think we should have some conversations. i don't want to preclude what the president -- i hope the president says this is the beginning, even if it is the end in his own mind. just in case someone comes up with another idea. this is a new area, right? i think this is a moment for the president to stand up and say, the country believes we should reform our immigration system. 68 senators believe that, including john mccain, who is on the border. >> republicans -- some are upset with what he did for the dreamers. they were going to do it for 8 or 9 million more, they will go ballistic and say it is u
FOX News
Jul 13, 2014 10:00am PDT
your doctor about b-r-e-o for copd. first prescription free at mybreo.com >>> aside from john boehner's lawsuit against the president for unilateral changes to the health care law without congressional approval, the changes raise a second issue, the impact on taxpayers. >> there's another equally important question about the president making unilateral changes to obamacare whether the many changes and delays are robbing the revenue. >> we're looking at a cost of about $200 billion a year. right now the savings that was projected to fay fpay for all t saving is not being paid as projected. >> in fact, to delay parts of the law, the budget office said it can no longer keep track of the spending. >> their ability to say this was a benefit to the federal budget is going to become more and more dubious as the years pass. >> take the employer mandate, for instance, which was delayed from 2014 until 2016 for employers with less than 100 workers, delayed one year for larger companies and softened so they only have to cover 70% of their workers. and since individuals were allowed to en
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 9:00am PDT
supporters in texas this past week. house speaker john boehner at the same time was announcing he's going to be suing the president over the president's executive actions regarding the health care law. joining know around the table are four members of the house, marsha blackburn, republican from tennessee and her republican colleague aaron schock from illinois, beto o'rourke and donna edwards, democrat from maryland. thank you all for joining us. let's start with the politics of the lawsuit. since we try to specialize in politics here, and that is we've already seen a democratic letters raising funds off the lawsuit and threats of impeachment, and we have seen republican conservatives sort of pushing boehner on and talking the next step, impeachment. so how does this play as you all look toward the midterms? >> i'll jump in on that. the lawsuit is about process, and the american people appreciate and want an orderly process and to them, the means is as important as the ends, and what they have seen is a president who has gone outside of his constitutional authority and is trying to
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am PDT
talk whether or not john boehner did this to gin up his base this fall. that's unfair if you look at the suit they are putting together, there's been a lot of attention and focus doing a very legally specific way. there's a huge believe among republicans that, in fact, the president has been exceeding his authority. they are going to do this in a very narrow way. they are going to look at this particular question of the employer mandate. the fact the law very clearly said it had to go into effect and the president unilaterally changed that. there's a lot of substance behind this. >> if presidents that were taking these steps on the affordable care act, democrats would be crying foul. >> except george bush took these very steps when he passed medicare part d. nobody raised it by then. this case is complete hogwash. >> that's a legal term. >> a legal scholar says it's the legal equivalent of birtherism. it's not going to fly. but the reality, does anybody see the irony in the fact john boehners house voted 264 to 161 to delay the very provision he's suing to have the president enforce
NBC
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am PDT
. >> looking to calm tensions. the obama administration wrote this, a letter to house speaker john boehner asking the congress for quote, 3.7 billion to comprehensively address this urgent humanitarian situation. what will the money be used for? josh says most will go to undocumented immigrants trying to rally the country. >> that's what a large chunk would be devoted towards. that's hiring judges and officials who could address the backlog that crept up in the recent months. >> reporter: instead of using the the whou fact sheet that gets money by the department receiving it, which is confusing, we created four basic categories and counted up the billions for ourselves. the first, temporary disdainment and the biggest pot. 2.5 billion. the a distant second, border enforcement, nearly 800 million and goes towards increasing surveillance and border security teams. foreign aid is tax for 300 million. that's money to reimmigrate migrants like guatemala, stamp out gang violence and educate the population on the dangers of trying to sneak to the u.s. lastly, the $64 million question, how much of the 3.
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 5:30am PDT
in his message against the president and the president seems to be campaigning. >> i picked on john boehner saying where'd he go, i don't see leadership right now and i get the dynamic in his party. some people say it's because there's a democrat in the white house. listen to the president saying he doesn't understand why today's republicans won't do what their hero once did. >> ronald reagan passed immigration reform. you love ronald reagan. let's go ahead and do it. i mean, what changed? i'm just sayin'. >> he knows, molly ball, what changed and that's not helpful either. republicans remembered the reagan bill where they granted amnesty to a lot of undocumented people and said they'd improve border security and the second part never came. if the president wants to get a deal that language isn't going to help. >> it's almost silly that we're even still having this conversation whether the president can get a deal. this has been over for a long time. it's coming up again because there is now a border crisis, but i think immigration reform has been off the table for basically the bet
MSNBC
Jul 13, 2014 5:00am PDT
to pass in this congress because john boehner is not going to move it. this is a discussion about what's going to happen in the next congress. this omnibus bill would deal with housing, would deal with lending, would basically be like the civil rights act for lgbt people, is something people have been pushing and is where it began when it was originally introduced in the '70s. >> by bella ab sa of new york. we should also point out that the senate actually passed enda back in -- what year was that? >> last year, in november. >> last year. time flies. real fast. we're running out of time. justin, you're there in the white house. can you tell us the reaction of folks in the white house to the gay groups saying we're not supporting enda anymore, don't broaden religious exemptions any further? >> it's an interesting situation for them because the president has come under fire from religious groups saying that he is anti-religious freedom. so if he doesn't put this religious exemption in this executive order, that's just going to draw fire. i think they also understand that this is a v
FOX Business
Jul 13, 2014 8:00am EDT
philosophical opposition to the minimum wage, why not have the courage to vote that way. instead, john boehner is too afraid politically, because he knows that most of america is going to support the raise of the minimum wage. >> this shouldn't be a federal issue, and that is where we are coming from, and this is not their problem as gary b. eloquently said, it is a market-driven issue, and that is where it should be. >> and back to the economy, and john, i want you to jump in, please. >> this needs to be fixed. and this arguing of the john boehner and stop with the stupid politics. that is what is wrong with this country, you want to blame the other side. i agree with jonas that you need to index it for inflation , but it needs so go to the state instead of the federal government, because the economy is so divergent from the silicon valley to mississippi, that you have so divergent needs that it needs to go to voters and that is one thing i need to agree with mark on. >> and the baseline minimum wage that it can't be below, and the states should be setting the min mum wages as well. there are a
CNN
Jul 13, 2014 5:00am PDT
who have come and one you have the things we want to talk about is the speaker john boehner's lawsuit, against the president and where they think that's going. >> all right, candy crowley, that will be an interesting conversation. we're looking forward to it, thank you. >> thanks. >> you can catch candy on "state of the union" at the top of the hour, 9:00 a.m. eastern. >>> the crisis in the middle east took center staining today at the vatican as well. earlier this morning pope frar sis maetd an appeal for a cease-fire between the two sides. "i make a heartfelt appeal to all of you to continue to pray with insistence for peace in the holy land. in light of the tragic events of the last days, i exhort to all the interested parties and to all of those who have political responsibility at local and international level to not give up the prayer, nor any effort to cease any hostility and reach the desired peace for the good of all." >>> the thousands of children still coming to the u.s. illegally and often they end up briefly in federal holding centers. we'll talk with the toured one facil
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
sue me for doing my job. >>> well, that lawsuit brought on by house speaker john boehner is first up in the weekend politics segment. joining us is tara, a democratic strategist and former aid to jim mcgreevey and o'brien murray, a republican manager and campaign manager for bob turner. thank you for joining us. doupt sound like the -- doesn't sound like the president is taking the lawsuit previously. the house of republicans have tried 50 times to repeal the law. >> this president doesn't take anything seriously. let's think about this. a piece was written talking about his presence checking out. he's moved on, he realises he'll lose the senate. the only thing he accomplished is obamacare. he had a majority in the house, which he lost a year later. didn't make it 12 months. >> just a lame duck sitting. >> he's a lame tuck. >> tara? >> shockingly i disagree. you must be shocked. the president got a lot done. he had osama bin laden. many terrorists who attacked the country are now no longer a problem for the country and for people. i think the president has accomplished a lot. i can g
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:00am EDT
leaders such as detour john boehner. the speaker unveiled his plans to file that lawsuit against the president. here is speaker boehner on wednesday. [video clip] wife let me make this clear -- this is not about me suing the president. it is not about republicans versus democrats. this is about the legislative that is being disadvantaged by the executive branch. not about executive actions. every president does executive orders. most of them, though, do them within the law. what we are talking about are places where the president is basically rewriting law to make it fit his own needs. you will know more about this next week and the following week as we continue to move this issue forward. the comments of house speaker john boehner. and the president responding to the weekly address -- our question, have relations reached a new low? democratic speaker nancy pelosi of california says this lawsuit is just another diversion from house republicans desperate to distract americans from their own spectacular dysfunction. more of your calls and comments in just a moment, but first, a look at
CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 12:30am EDT
representatives, the honorable john boehner. [applause] >> let me thank my congressional colleagues for their testimonials. in a few moments we will have the presentation of the gold medal. we are honored to have a great friend with us, please join me in welcoming the rabbi. [applause] >> mr. speaker, leaders, members. let me offer the following prayer. almighty god, our father in heaven, grace this capitol rotunda, the centerpiece of our nation, as we bestow the congressional gold medal upon the great hero, raoul wallenberg. as we resolved, never to forget 6 million of our sacred brothers and sisters, over one million children, killed in the senseless slaughter during the holocaust by the nazi butchers. as we pray for the survivors who need your support in the twilight of their days, let us resolve never to forget raoul wallenberg, a great light in the darkness. you, almighty god, command us to cherish and preserve all live. raoul wallenberg did this at the risk of his own, and 100,000 people, those he saved, and their descendents, live and breathe, and work to make your world bett
Al Jazeera America
Jul 13, 2014 12:00am EDT
the border. this is obviously proven that that is not the case. house majority leader john boehner said if we don't secure the border nothing will change. you worked on a bill to secure the border. we are not talking about 3.7 billion. it would be enough defense about a third of the border with mexico. problem? >> well, in fact, we have been building, and it's not just a fence. we have been building a barrier of a border. that looks different. it's expensive. it's about a million or $2 million to make some of these. we have been doing part of that. the other part of the process is unaccessible areas, and that may be where some of these are. especially adding to the texas wild lands. the fact that we are catching - that we are apprehending these people tells you something. that's a security position that we have. you know, if they are acting how secure is the border. the fact that we are getting the kid and have them in detention means the process by which we set up is working. it's the ones that get through. that would be an unsecured border. the fact that we have got and continue to ge
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 8:00pm EDT
john boehner. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, good afternoon and welcome to the united states capitol. we are honored to be joined today by members of the diplomatic corps, former ambassadors, representatives of the state department and u.s. mint. and leaders of the u.s. jewish community throughout the country. , intly before christmas 1944, raoul wallenberg did something that many of us had to do. he told his mother he would not be home for christmas. i must send you my best wishes for christmas, he wrote. i hope the peace so long for is not far away. addedttom of the note, he , lots of kisses to nina and her little girl. sister. brought will she is with this along with several members of the family. thank you for being here. [applause] by the time he sent that letter, raoul wallenberg had saved more lives and we can count. he had done much of the work on his own. dumbfounding, that the 90's and their guns above his head. called the churchill most horrible crime ever committed in the whole of history. cowered.man, they like ald say he was comet across the dark sky seen once i
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 4:00pm PDT
out to get relief. elizabeth? >> reporter: hi, molly, the president is inviting house speaker john boehner to sue him. and he said the7'a1cclicans need to stop, the plans. >> the republicans plan is to instead of work with me is sue me. that's what they are spending their time on. it will waste months of america's time and they will pay for it using your hard- earned tax dollars. >> speaker boehner out lined the suit. changes in the signature health care law without congressional approval such as the employer man date that is delayeded. it is not a political stunt but reforming the way things are done in washington and making an example of the overuse of executive action. >> let me make this clear. this is not about me suing the president. it is not about republicans versus democrats, this is about the legislative branch that is being disadvantaged by the executive branch. >> it is about the separation of powers and that's what this lawsuit goes to the heart of in regard to separation of powers and allowing the senate and house to pass legislation and when the president signs it, h
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 3:00pm PDT
political boxing gloves are off between president obama and house speaker john boehner. what the president is saying now about mr. boehner's lawsuit against him. >>> you can forget angry birds. our "consumer reports" expert has the inside scoop on the best tablets for kids that are fun, educational and they say easy on your wallet. >>> we begin with a crisis in israel and the gaza strip. the death toll jumping to over 135 today as the barrage of hamas rockets continues. the israeli military now ordering palestinians living in northern gaza to evacuate. this is all part of the heavy israeli air assaults on suspected targets, including a mosque they say was hiding an arsenal of weapons belonging to the terror groups. prompting the u.n. city council today to call for a cease fire. john huddy has the latest. >> reporter: arthel, right now there is an erie silence, really the only thing you hear is as i said earlier, the him of the drones circling above. every now and again, the rumbling of a fighter jet in the distance. there is no dogs barking or people walking on the street enjoyin
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 2:00pm PDT
. does she think those justices were ill equipped to decide that case? if speaker john boehner made a similar comment about female justices nancy pelosi would be crying sexism. >> what do you think as a man. >> i'm the worst person to go to. i agree with megyn. it's not just pelosi. it's liberals. they do the same exact thing. if they get a supreme court ruling they don't like the supreme court is biassed, 5-4. we're screwed. we can't wait until there's another democrat appointed or whatever. >> are you kidding me? >> when they go in your favor like obamacare and things like that, oh, they are the best things -- >> she whined so much about the obamacare 5-4 decision -- >> you whined about the hobby lobby decision. >> i was just about to say. >> i was about to say -- i was going agree with you. when you get beat in the supreme court you don't like it and use whatever ammo you got. >> definitely a bold move on megyn kelly taking on nancy pelosi in a very pointed way. how do you see it? >> the next segment we're going to do on the show is how women can get away with things men can't. w
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 11:30am PDT
obama speaking out against john boehner, saying his lawsuit against him over the health care law a political stunt. elisabeth pran is in washington with the story. >> the president again inviting john boehner to sue him. asking him to stop blocking every serious idea he's brought to help the middle class. >> the republican plan is not to work with me, it's to sue me. it's going to waste america's time, and they're paying for it with your hard-earned tax dollars. >> -- such as the employer mandate, delayed until 2015. boehner says it's about reforming the way things are done in washington, and making an example of the president's use of executive action. >> it's not about reasons versus democrats. it's about the legislative branch being taken advantage of by the executive branch. >> and they worked their will to pass legislation. and the president is expected to execute those laws. >> back to you. >> thank you. >>> so, should money solve the immigration crisis at our border, or should the president send the national guard? republican leaders want to see a lot more done to stop the i
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 11:30am PDT
this year. look, when john boehner has said it, when the president has said it, when congress, the republican working on it has been told that by leadership, that it's not going to be brought up, i think, you know, at that point even i have to say yes, it's dead for the year, something that's very painful for me to say. it doesn't mean that it can't be brought up next year. but i think the urgency right now is to take care of this current crisis because the optics of this crisis are just real bad. >> thanks, guys. nice to see both of you. thank you. >> thank you. >>> imagine walking out of a hotel, seeing paparazzi everywhere, stepping into a limo, whisked off to an exclusive hotspot. it may be just another day for celebrities but now everyone can experience that. of course for a price. if frustration and paperwork decrease... the gap begins to close. so let's simplify things. let's close the gap between people and care. 58 seconds on the clock, what am i thinking about? foreign markets. asian debt that recognizes the shift in the global economy. you know, the kind that capitalizes
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 10:00am PDT
national guard. and john boehner in particular said to get it done quickly before congress goes out for recess. >> and there's a clear need to act. $3.7 dbillion, that's a lot of money. tyler, do you they they'll act soon? >> if you have a boat that's leaking, you start to bail water, but also you look for holes and try to fix them. this just buys more buckets. the border is still not going to be secure. and it's not really a republican or democratic problem. it's a problem, we don't have a great idea of what should be done. >> and republicans have said, how exactly are you going to spend this? governor rick perry calling for 1,000 national guard troops. the white house saying this is a temporary solution. what do you think? >> well, that's exactly right. as i said, i do believe there's some willingness to deal, but there's no appetite to deal with camp hencive immigration reform solutions. so, it's ironic that the president is being accused of not doing enough, when it was only on the democratic side in 2006 to deal with immigration reform. and with eric cantor's loss earlier this year
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 9:00am PDT
spans two decades and nearly 40 albums. well, john boehner is not backing down from the threat to sue the president. is it a stand or political power play? >> it's a political stunt that's going to waste months of america's time. >> and he calls himself a real estate daredevil, and he says the time to cash in on the real estate market is now. you will hear from frank joining us live. stay with us for that, folks. [bell rings] this...is jane. her long day on set starts with shoulder pain... ...and a choice take 6 tylenol in a day which is 2 aleve for... ...all day relief. hmm. [bell ring] "roll sound!" "action!" that would be my daughter -- hi dad. she's a dietitian. and back when i wasn't eating right, she got me drinking boost. it's got a great taste, and it helps give me the nutrition i was missing. helping me stay more like me. [ female announcer ] boost complete nutritional drink has 26 essential vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamin d to support strong bones and 10 grams of protein to help maintain muscle. all with a delicious taste. grandpa! [ female announcer
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 9:00am PDT
impeachment by some, may boomerang and hurt the party? >> there is fear about that. john boehner trying to walk a sensitive middle ground. you have folks who really want to take stronger actions. some have mentioned impeachment. john boehner does not seem to want to go that far. this is a step where they can challenge the president and say all this stuff the president is doing, he doesn't want to work with us, and put the onus on the president. so they're doing this lawsuit. they've made it a fairly narrow focus. they said they've talked to legal experts and they're challenging what the president did in delaying the mandate for businesses to provide health care. still thinking health care is an interesting issue and a tough issue for the president, unpopular among republicans. so they're going to challenge him on that. i do think there is concern. i think the white house, you're seeing what the president is -- the president is happy to talk about this lawsuit and making fun of it. i think there's concern among republicans they'll overreach. >> how about everything we are seeing from rep
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
and our businesses and help families. >> that same day, house speaker john boehner let it the rip when he announced, remember he announced he was suing the president this week, and so he shot back and asked if republicans will bear the blame if they don't approve the nearly $4 billion the president wants to address the crisis. >> listen, this is a problem of the president's own making. he's been president for five and a half years, when's he going to take responsibility for something? >> it's getting real in washington. with me at the table, democratic pollster, juan, president and general council for the organization latino justice and lenny request republican strategist and senior vice president of heinz communication, nice to have you here. >> thank you. >> i don't mind when my president is the letting it rip. he's like hey, i have no more elections to run for, but is that a fair assessment of what's really happening here because honestly, the white house sounds like they want to send the children home? >> well, it's not just about whether or not we send the kids home, it's abo
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
speaker john boehner laid out the meat for what he says is the forthcoming lawsuit against the president, executive authority relative to obamaca c.a.r.e. c.a.r.e. -- obama c.a.r.e. >> if republicans refuse to work with this president to finally solve this immigration issue, which we have been facing for more than a decade, and there has been a bill languishing in congress called the senate immigration bill, that could have mitigated this crisis, and the president has given republicans all the room they need to try to work with him on this. if at the end of the day they refuse, yes, i do think he should act alone, because this is a desperate situation that we're facing now. the immigration issue has now become an immigration crisis, and we're now seeing that everything that he's asking for to fix the current crisis at land with these children crossing at the border, that republicans are now balking at even giving him help in fixing that. so republicans can't have it both ways. they can't scream that this president is not doing anything, and when this president finally offers solutions, w
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